Perception

What is the difference
Between two things

Between the physical
And the spiritual

One is temporal
The other eternal

One has form
The other formless

One we can see
One we cannot

Nevertheless
These two are
Still the same

If we see a difference
Our perception
Is not aligned
With the eternal

 

St. John 10:30

“I and my father are one.”

 

Pure Consciousness

There is consciousness

That is all

And it is pure

There are no levels

Not one above another

She underlies all forms

But remains formless and pure

 

When the form

And the formless

Become one

That is consciousness

Literally

At peace within herself

Although she retains a form

We cannot have one

Without the other

 

The forms she takes on

Are just altered states

Of consciousness

But consciousness herself

Cannot change

Only the form she takes on

 

She herself remains

Pure and formless

Untouched by all

That surrounds her

Eternal

What appears to be is not

For it is only temporary

What cannot be seen is real

And is eternal

The formless does not change

Only the form it takes on

 

How can we measure

The depth or length or width

Of the formless

Which has no boundaries

 

When the form falls away

There remains the formless

What we cannot see

The eternal

The Spirit of God

 

II Corinth 4:18

“While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.”

Reality

Consciousness
The basic building block
On which everything is built
She is formless and invisible
And cannot be perceived
But she manifests as
All there is to perceive
As all forms
But none are her
Only brilliant disguises
Which she creates
To veil her reality

II Corinth 4:18
“While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.”

Consciousness

There is consciousness

That is all

And it is pure

There are no levels

Not one above another

 

She underlies all forms

But remains formless and pure

 

When the form

And the formless

Become one

That is consciousness

Literally

 

At peace within herself

Although she retains a form

 

We cannot have one

Without the other

 

The forms she takes on

Are just altered states

Of consciousness

 

Consciousness wears

Many disguises

 

But consciousness herself

Cannot change

Only the form she takes on

 

She herself remains

Pure and formless

Untouched by all

That surrounds her